The average temperature at the WLDS-WEAI Reporting Station was 31 degrees last month. That’s nearly 5 degrees above normal. January ended on an extremely warm note with record high temperatures of 68 degrees recorded on the 29th and 30th.
The WLDS-WEAI Reporting Station recorded nearly three-and-three-quarter inches of precipitation last month. That’s more than two inches above normal.
Nearly half of the precipitation came on the 30th when Jacksonville received over one-and-three-quarter inches of rain.
There was three inches of snow in the city last month, which is about two-and-a-half inches below normal. All of January’s snow came on the 1st.
So far this winter – we’ll go back to November – Jacksonville is five-and-a-half inches below normal in snowfall. However, the city is more than an inch above normal in the total precipitation category for the winter.